What does it happen if you bump into via San Raffaele, the “king alley” of “street food” and you don’t want to queue for the legendary “panzerotto” at Luini, struggling for the best street pizza at Spontini, killing (or be killed) for a “hot” chocolate icecream at Cioccolati Italiani ? The answer is Musubi, a new, smart, original and “hybrid concept”.

Do you call it sushi” ? A bunch of “fundamentalist” who self declare themseleves “food bloggers” (better to say “food puritans”) have described the bold Musubi as a kind of  “sexual deviance”, … a “culinary sacrilege” to be scared of (LOL).

Well “contamination” is for sure one of the key words for this standing bar (and take away) of new generation, where  Japanese cuisine and italian ingredients are meeting (and “making love”) in a real unconventional way. Nothing to be horriified for .. on the contrary … a different “ethnical pause” for those who do not love to be “framed” into formal stereotypes. The cotoletta sandwich “japanese style”, the gyoza  cacio e pepe (cheese and black pepper like in Rome), the gyoza with pesto (green basil sauce like in Genova), the uramaki cortina with bresaola (dried beef) and artichoke, the croquette with shrimps are the living examples of this new “sexy format” (that seems to be appreciated by the Japanese tourists as well). And at Musubi you will also get the chance of tasting typical recipes of the Japanese cuisine which are not easy to find here in Milan, such as katsu curry, ochazuke, domburi tuna and leek … for a very competitive price.

We love this little place “DOGether” with its friendly staff and we do suggest it for a “6 legged” experience every time you want to sing “out of the choir”. PAWesome… word of Dogfather.

Address: Via Santa Radegonda, 6 – map
Phone: (+39) 02 3674 6846
M1 Duomo (red line), M3 Duomo (yellow line), tram 1 (Scala stop)
Open every day from 11.00am to 09.00pm
Gyoza cacio e pepe is a “sexual deviance” you should challenge !


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